Municipal Building Inspections are Not the Same as Home Inspections
Even if you had a municipal building inspection, you will still need a new home inspection from one of our professionals. The reason is because a municipal building inspector only checks for compliances for applicable building codes. A lot of these building codes just include passing the minimum standards. With a new home inspection, you can expect a more thorough and extensive inspection.
Helps The Process of Buying and Moving In Easier
Your home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make in life. As a result, you want to make sure it is up to date and fully functioning before you purchase it and move in. With our new home inspection, we can ensure that everything is up to code and that there is no significant damage that will cause you a lot of money and pain in the future. No one wants to deal with the noise of construction or repairs when they are trying to settle into their new home, or really ever. By taking preventative measures, such as an inspection, you can avoid paying a lot of money in the long run.
Even New Homes Have Issues
Even if your home was recently built, it can still have defects that our inspectors can find for you. Some issues that are common in new homes are:
- Broken Roofs
- Missing Siding
- Insulation Missing
- Mold and Other Growth on Foundation of Home
- Ducts Not Attached Properly
- And so much more!
For more reasons on why you need a new home inspection, please refer to our next post! To schedule a new buyer’s home inspection in Hillsborough County, FL, and surrounding areas, please give us a call today at (813) 486-8551.